In plant cells, the region of the cytoplasm in which the nucleus is located during nuclear division. Can also refer to microbodies associated with the developing cell plate after nuclear division.
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The phragmosome is a sheet of cytoplasm forming in highly vacuolated plant cells in preparation for mitosis. In contrast to animal cells, plant cells often contain large central vacuoles occupying up to 90% of the total cell volume and pushing the nucleus against the cell wall. In order for mitosis to occur, the nucleus has to move into the center...Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phragmosome
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